Yoruba actress plans free medical treatment for people in her community

Yoruba actress and producer, Bankanthony Funmilade, is set to kick off free medical outreach for people in her community to improve their well-being.

The C.E.O of her foundation, Rough Diamond Charity Organization, the actress tagged the initiative ‘Outreach/Care Clinic Programm.’, she as well call for support to make the programme a success.

“Rough Diamond Charity Organization community health initiative tends to sensitize and improve the health of both young and aged in hard reached community all over Nigeria,” she said. “We’ll achieve this by bringing health expertise close to the community for easy accessibility and prompt diagnosis of any impending health issues.

“This outreach usually includes the provision of free health screening, health promotion, disease prevention and information on general health services such as; free Arthritis screening and free Medication, Hepatitis A and B screening and free immunization, free eye screening and glasses/ eye drop.

“Other treatments include, Malaria and Typhoid screening and medications, HIV and AIDS screening, Diabetic screening and medication, Blood pressure with anti-hypertensive medications, anti Helminthic and expeller amongst others. 2018 is going to be a great year. Volunteers will be compensated.” She concluded.

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